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BMW M140i 3dr [Sat Nav] - £24,906.88 - Save 23.5% @ Drive the deal

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Probably get shot down but this seems like an incredible deal for a top of the range model with a list price of £32205. Sat Nav included - add adaptive damping (suspension) for £510). BRAND NEW CAR… Read More
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Probably get shot down but this seems like an incredible deal for a top of the range model with a list price of £32205. Sat Nav included - add adaptive damping (suspension) for £510).

BRAND NEW CAR - NOT PRE-REG

Autocar review here:

http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/bmw/1-series/first-drives/2016-bmw-m140i-review
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25 Likes
singhisking68
wtf 25k just for car ?? oO
We don't all drive Datsuns
8 Likes
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?

1) Wrong. It will be a factory order unless they have the vehicle matching your spec in stock - which even then still wont be a pre-reg
2) Wrong. It is the price they will have negotiated with a dealer or dealers before putting it on the website. Dealers will be prepared to make a loss to keep the sales up.

I have bought my last 3 cars through brokers (drivethedeal twice and carfile.net just last year) and on each purchase the dealer showed me the 'trade' invoice proving they have made between a £100-300 loss on each vehicle. They have to sell a certain amount to keep the franchise so will sell some at a loss to keep the business. And for every 1 broker sale there will be 3 morons paying list so the books more than balance. They also hope you go back for servicing and repairs.

Edited By: jrw on Feb 21, 2017 14:09
6 Likes
margamboy
Its not that hard to get 20% off these, it would be a starting point on any negotiations for me

If it's not hard to get 20% off then why would you make that a starting point in a negotiation? Surely start with more discount?
5 Likes
Some more DTD deals:

http://i.imgur.com/YH7BuoP.png

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1 Like #1
It is a good deal, but I bet:

1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!

2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....

I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?


Edited By: groenleader on Feb 21, 2017 13:42
1 Like #2
Is it prereg?
1 Like #3
Chris52
Is it prereg?

You wont know until you get put through to the dealer, it doubt this will be for cars reg. after 1st of March.
3 Likes #4
I've use drive the deal before and they delivered what they said...they just put you in touch with the dealer...or hunt around and you can get the deal yourself if you want to put the work in contacting dealers. In fact I actually got a newer model as dealer wanted a sale and was happy deal.

Edited By: twinkle on Feb 21, 2017 13:51
1 Like #5
Chris52
Is it prereg?
No
1 Like #6
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?

Info from clicking through on the link suggests these are brand new, not pre-reg:

NOTE: ALL BMW MODELS ORDERED VIA US WILL BE SUPPLIED BRAND NEW. YOU WILL BE THE FIRST AND ONLY REGISTERED KEEPER. SOME BROKERS ARE OFFERING PRE-REGISTERED CARS OR CARS REGISTERED TO YOU “CARE OF” AN UNRELATED COMPANY. KEEPING A VEHICLE REGISTERED IN THIS WAY IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE. A CAR REGISTERED TO YOUR NAME “CARE OF” ANOTHER COMPANY IS ACTUALLY REGISTERED TO THAT COMPANY NOT TO YOU . WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU DO NOT BUY ONE FOR THE REASONS SET OUT ON OUR PRE-REGISTERED CARS PAGE IN PART (ii). IF ANOTHER BROKER CANNOT OFFER YOU THE MANUFACTURER’S FINANCE PACKAGES THEN THIS WILL BE BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT REGISTERING THE CAR TO YOU. ALSO, WE RECOMMEND YOU NEVER PAY THE BROKER FOR THE CAR, INSIST ON PAYING THE MAIN DEALER DIRECT IN CASE THE BROKER FAILS TO PAY THE DEALER AND THE DEALER CLAIMS THE CAR BACK. BROKERS ONLY EVER ASK YOU TO PAY THEM IF THEY ARE NOT REGISTERING THE CAR TO YOU AT THE OUTSET.

Please note that the BMW dealer will require a minimum deposit of £1,000 (Subject to factory options).

Quotes and offers are for cars ordered between 1 January - 31 March and delivered by 30 June 2017.
1 Like #7
Its not that hard to get 20% off these, it would be a starting point on any negotiations for me
8 Likes #8
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?

1) Wrong. It will be a factory order unless they have the vehicle matching your spec in stock - which even then still wont be a pre-reg
2) Wrong. It is the price they will have negotiated with a dealer or dealers before putting it on the website. Dealers will be prepared to make a loss to keep the sales up.

I have bought my last 3 cars through brokers (drivethedeal twice and carfile.net just last year) and on each purchase the dealer showed me the 'trade' invoice proving they have made between a £100-300 loss on each vehicle. They have to sell a certain amount to keep the franchise so will sell some at a loss to keep the business. And for every 1 broker sale there will be 3 morons paying list so the books more than balance. They also hope you go back for servicing and repairs.

Edited By: jrw on Feb 21, 2017 14:09
3 Likes #9
[img]https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2070/32907267081_04ed5cfcfa_b.jpgCapture by jrw1982, on Flickr[/img]
2 Likes #10
twinkle
I've use drive the deal before and they delivered what they said...they just put you in touch with the dealer...or hunt around and you can get the deal yourself if you want to put the work in contacting dealers. In fact I actually got a newer model as dealer wanted a sale and was happy deal.
I bought my E220 from DTD, can't fault them.
2 Likes #11
Cracking price for a cracking car. Personally I think the auto box in these is the way to go, it's so smooth when you want it to be and changes gear hellish fast when you've got your foot planted.
#12
There are some good deals to be had on cars at the moment. There is another website called carwow that has also recently started doing BMW.
#13
jrw
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?
1) Wrong. It will be a factory order unless they have the vehicle matching your spec in stock - which even then still wont be a pre-reg
2) Wrong. It is the price they will have negotiated with a dealer or dealers before putting it on the website. Dealers will be prepared to make a loss to keep the sales up.
I have bought my last 3 cars through brokers (drivethedeal twice and carfile.net just last year) and on each purchase the dealer showed me the 'trade' invoice proving they have made between a £100-300 loss on each vehicle. They have to sell a certain amount to keep the franchise so will sell some at a loss to keep the business. And for every 1 broker sale there will be 3 morons paying list so the books more than balance. They also hope you go back for servicing and repairs.

I understand that, I run a big fleet. What I am saying is that you do not know how much of that is actual truth. You may have seen how many times cars are listed on here and then someone phones up and the deal is "gone".

Saying its a factory order, but the only ones for the quote a person gets turn out to be limited to the stock or on the boat already.

Either way if you buy the car and you get the price you want, be happy!
#14
jrw
[img]https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2070/32907267081_04ed5cfcfa_b.jpgCapture by jrw1982, on Flickr[/img]

I did this in white and it did not come up with this price. Good price for a retail!
4 Likes #15
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?

BOOM! Congratulations on being the first to shoot down!

BTW you are wrong on all your points, and see screenshot of the deal below (thank you
jrw).

Thanks for your contribution....


Edited By: oldskoolflash on Feb 21, 2017 16:42
3 Likes #16
Scorpion
Cracking price for a cracking car. Personally I think the auto box in these is the way to go, it's so smooth when you want it to be and changes gear hellish fast when you've got your foot planted.

I can't comment on the BMW box but I had a Golf GTI with DSG and it was so good I've never had a manual car since.
#17
groenleader
jrw
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?
1) Wrong. It will be a factory order unless they have the vehicle matching your spec in stock - which even then still wont be a pre-reg
2) Wrong. It is the price they will have negotiated with a dealer or dealers before putting it on the website. Dealers will be prepared to make a loss to keep the sales up.
I have bought my last 3 cars through brokers (drivethedeal twice and carfile.net just last year) and on each purchase the dealer showed me the 'trade' invoice proving they have made between a £100-300 loss on each vehicle. They have to sell a certain amount to keep the franchise so will sell some at a loss to keep the business. And for every 1 broker sale there will be 3 morons paying list so the books more than balance. They also hope you go back for servicing and repairs.
I understand that, I run a big fleet. What I am saying is that you do not know how much of that is actual truth. You may have seen how many times cars are listed on here and then someone phones up and the deal is "gone".
Saying its a factory order, but the only ones for the quote a person gets turn out to be limited to the stock or on the boat already.
Either way if you buy the car and you get the price you want, be happy!


That's leases.

Never known that with Drive the Deal. Know many people that have gone through brokers without issue. Leasing on the other hand....
#18
oldskoolflash
Scorpion
Cracking price for a cracking car. Personally I think the auto box in these is the way to go, it's so smooth when you want it to be and changes gear hellish fast when you've got your foot planted.
I can't comment on the BMW box but I had a Golf GTI with DSG and it was so good I've never had a manual car since.


Been DSG since 2010, would definitely get the step auto. My work car is manual though....done 3000 miles this month so far too :(
1 Like #19
groenleader
Chris52
Is it prereg?
You wont know until you get put through to the dealer, it doubt this will be for cars reg. after 1st of March.
From what i have seen the DTD specials tend to work out the same as their normal price. Suspect they are just available quicker. You do need to be aware that their prices often include a significant discount based on purchase using PCP finance although there may be ways round that as i understand it.
#20
MyBoozyHell
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?
Info from clicking through on the link suggests these are brand new, not pre-reg:
NOTE: ALL BMW MODELS ORDERED VIA US WILL BE SUPPLIED BRAND NEW. YOU WILL BE THE FIRST AND ONLY REGISTERED KEEPER. SOME BROKERS ARE OFFERING PRE-REGISTERED CARS OR CARS REGISTERED TO YOU “CARE OF” AN UNRELATED COMPANY. KEEPING A VEHICLE REGISTERED IN THIS WAY IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE. A CAR REGISTERED TO YOUR NAME “CARE OF” ANOTHER COMPANY IS ACTUALLY REGISTERED TO THAT COMPANY NOT TO YOU . WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU DO NOT BUY ONE FOR THE REASONS SET OUT ON OUR PRE-REGISTERED CARS PAGE IN PART (ii). IF ANOTHER BROKER CANNOT OFFER YOU THE MANUFACTURER’S FINANCE PACKAGES THEN THIS WILL BE BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT REGISTERING THE CAR TO YOU. ALSO, WE RECOMMEND YOU NEVER PAY THE BROKER FOR THE CAR, INSIST ON PAYING THE MAIN DEALER DIRECT IN CASE THE BROKER FAILS TO PAY THE DEALER AND THE DEALER CLAIMS THE CAR BACK. BROKERS ONLY EVER ASK YOU TO PAY THEM IF THEY ARE NOT REGISTERING THE CAR TO YOU AT THE OUTSET.
Please note that the BMW dealer will require a minimum deposit of £1,000 (Subject to factory options).
Quotes and offers are for cars ordered between 1 January - 31 March and delivered by 30 June 2017.

Wonder with that last part are they including reg fees. New tax laws come into affect for cars on or after 1st April. This car for example sits in the 171-190CO2 band which attract an £800 first year VED from then. Know that is what prompted myself to change a few months early as the car I was buying (woooahh its due build date is this week) falls into same bracket.
Great deal OP voted hot.
Edit:Just seen in post#14 they are declaring tax at March 17 rates only.

Edited By: cecilmcroberts on Feb 21, 2017 18:23
#21
dont.mack.me.off
groenleader
Chris52
Is it prereg?
You wont know until you get put through to the dealer, it doubt this will be for cars reg. after 1st of March.
From what i have seen the DTD specials tend to work out the same as their normal price. Suspect they are just available quicker. You do need to be aware that their prices often include a significant discount based on purchase using PCP finance although there may be ways round that as i understand it.


I got my golf R last year and got 2 grand extra off for taking out pcp which I promptly paid off a week later incurring no charges as it was in the two week cooling off period. My dad also did the same for his gti as well as another 1250 off for already owning a vw.
1 Like #22
cecilmcroberts
MyBoozyHell
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?
Info from clicking through on the link suggests these are brand new, not pre-reg:
NOTE: ALL BMW MODELS ORDERED VIA US WILL BE SUPPLIED BRAND NEW. YOU WILL BE THE FIRST AND ONLY REGISTERED KEEPER. SOME BROKERS ARE OFFERING PRE-REGISTERED CARS OR CARS REGISTERED TO YOU “CARE OF” AN UNRELATED COMPANY. KEEPING A VEHICLE REGISTERED IN THIS WAY IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE. A CAR REGISTERED TO YOUR NAME “CARE OF” ANOTHER COMPANY IS ACTUALLY REGISTERED TO THAT COMPANY NOT TO YOU . WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU DO NOT BUY ONE FOR THE REASONS SET OUT ON OUR PRE-REGISTERED CARS PAGE IN PART (ii). IF ANOTHER BROKER CANNOT OFFER YOU THE MANUFACTURER’S FINANCE PACKAGES THEN THIS WILL BE BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT REGISTERING THE CAR TO YOU. ALSO, WE RECOMMEND YOU NEVER PAY THE BROKER FOR THE CAR, INSIST ON PAYING THE MAIN DEALER DIRECT IN CASE THE BROKER FAILS TO PAY THE DEALER AND THE DEALER CLAIMS THE CAR BACK. BROKERS ONLY EVER ASK YOU TO PAY THEM IF THEY ARE NOT REGISTERING THE CAR TO YOU AT THE OUTSET.
Please note that the BMW dealer will require a minimum deposit of £1,000 (Subject to factory options).
Quotes and offers are for cars ordered between 1 January - 31 March and delivered by 30 June 2017.
Wonder with that last part are they including reg fees. New tax laws come into affect for cars on or after 1st April. This car for example sits in the 171-190CO2 band which attract an £800 first year VED from then. Know that is what prompted myself to change a few months early as the car I was buying (woooahh its due build date is this week) falls into same bracket.
Great deal OP voted hot.
Edit:Just seen in post#14 they are declaring tax at March 17 rates only.


That's why the discount is so heavy. The tax rule change is ludicrous and will hit most heavily the cars with a list price of £40k plus due to a levy on these for the first 4 years. It's ridiculous.
#23
jrw
cecilmcroberts
MyBoozyHell
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?
Info from clicking through on the link suggests these are brand new, not pre-reg:
NOTE: ALL BMW MODELS ORDERED VIA US WILL BE SUPPLIED BRAND NEW. YOU WILL BE THE FIRST AND ONLY REGISTERED KEEPER. SOME BROKERS ARE OFFERING PRE-REGISTERED CARS OR CARS REGISTERED TO YOU “CARE OF” AN UNRELATED COMPANY. KEEPING A VEHICLE REGISTERED IN THIS WAY IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE. A CAR REGISTERED TO YOUR NAME “CARE OF” ANOTHER COMPANY IS ACTUALLY REGISTERED TO THAT COMPANY NOT TO YOU . WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU DO NOT BUY ONE FOR THE REASONS SET OUT ON OUR PRE-REGISTERED CARS PAGE IN PART (ii). IF ANOTHER BROKER CANNOT OFFER YOU THE MANUFACTURER’S FINANCE PACKAGES THEN THIS WILL BE BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT REGISTERING THE CAR TO YOU. ALSO, WE RECOMMEND YOU NEVER PAY THE BROKER FOR THE CAR, INSIST ON PAYING THE MAIN DEALER DIRECT IN CASE THE BROKER FAILS TO PAY THE DEALER AND THE DEALER CLAIMS THE CAR BACK. BROKERS ONLY EVER ASK YOU TO PAY THEM IF THEY ARE NOT REGISTERING THE CAR TO YOU AT THE OUTSET.
Please note that the BMW dealer will require a minimum deposit of £1,000 (Subject to factory options).
Quotes and offers are for cars ordered between 1 January - 31 March and delivered by 30 June 2017.
Wonder with that last part are they including reg fees. New tax laws come into affect for cars on or after 1st April. This car for example sits in the 171-190CO2 band which attract an £800 first year VED from then. Know that is what prompted myself to change a few months early as the car I was buying (woooahh its due build date is this week) falls into same bracket.
Great deal OP voted hot.
Edit:Just seen in post#14 they are declaring tax at March 17 rates only.
That's why the discount is so heavy. The tax rule change is ludicrous and will hit most heavily the cars with a list price of £40k plus due to a levy on these for the first 4 years. It's ridiculous.
Does seem mad. Talk about hurting the economy.
jrw
dont.mack.me.off
groenleader
Chris52
Is it prereg?
You wont know until you get put through to the dealer, it doubt this will be for cars reg. after 1st of March.
From what i have seen the DTD specials tend to work out the same as their normal price. Suspect they are just available quicker. You do need to be aware that their prices often include a significant discount based on purchase using PCP finance although there may be ways round that as i understand it.
I got my golf R last year and got 2 grand extra off for taking out pcp which I promptly paid off a week later incurring no charges as it was in the two week cooling off period. My dad also did the same for his gti as well as another 1250 off for already owning a vw.
Good to know as that is what i am contemplating. Did you go for a servicing pack at all? Did you have any issues? I am thinking of going golf R also which thankfully will be below the new 40k threshold.
#24
dont.mack.me.off
jrw
cecilmcroberts
MyBoozyHell
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?
Info from clicking through on the link suggests these are brand new, not pre-reg:
NOTE: ALL BMW MODELS ORDERED VIA US WILL BE SUPPLIED BRAND NEW. YOU WILL BE THE FIRST AND ONLY REGISTERED KEEPER. SOME BROKERS ARE OFFERING PRE-REGISTERED CARS OR CARS REGISTERED TO YOU “CARE OF” AN UNRELATED COMPANY. KEEPING A VEHICLE REGISTERED IN THIS WAY IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE. A CAR REGISTERED TO YOUR NAME “CARE OF” ANOTHER COMPANY IS ACTUALLY REGISTERED TO THAT COMPANY NOT TO YOU . WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU DO NOT BUY ONE FOR THE REASONS SET OUT ON OUR PRE-REGISTERED CARS PAGE IN PART (ii). IF ANOTHER BROKER CANNOT OFFER YOU THE MANUFACTURER’S FINANCE PACKAGES THEN THIS WILL BE BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT REGISTERING THE CAR TO YOU. ALSO, WE RECOMMEND YOU NEVER PAY THE BROKER FOR THE CAR, INSIST ON PAYING THE MAIN DEALER DIRECT IN CASE THE BROKER FAILS TO PAY THE DEALER AND THE DEALER CLAIMS THE CAR BACK. BROKERS ONLY EVER ASK YOU TO PAY THEM IF THEY ARE NOT REGISTERING THE CAR TO YOU AT THE OUTSET.
Please note that the BMW dealer will require a minimum deposit of £1,000 (Subject to factory options).
Quotes and offers are for cars ordered between 1 January - 31 March and delivered by 30 June 2017.
Wonder with that last part are they including reg fees. New tax laws come into affect for cars on or after 1st April. This car for example sits in the 171-190CO2 band which attract an £800 first year VED from then. Know that is what prompted myself to change a few months early as the car I was buying (woooahh its due build date is this week) falls into same bracket.
Great deal OP voted hot.
Edit:Just seen in post#14 they are declaring tax at March 17 rates only.
That's why the discount is so heavy. The tax rule change is ludicrous and will hit most heavily the cars with a list price of £40k plus due to a levy on these for the first 4 years. It's ridiculous.
Does seem mad. Talk about hurting the economy.
jrw
dont.mack.me.off
groenleader
Chris52
Is it prereg?
You wont know until you get put through to the dealer, it doubt this will be for cars reg. after 1st of March.
From what i have seen the DTD specials tend to work out the same as their normal price. Suspect they are just available quicker. You do need to be aware that their prices often include a significant discount based on purchase using PCP finance although there may be ways round that as i understand it.
I got my golf R last year and got 2 grand extra off for taking out pcp which I promptly paid off a week later incurring no charges as it was in the two week cooling off period. My dad also did the same for his gti as well as another 1250 off for already owning a vw.
Good to know as that is what i am contemplating. Did you go for a servicing pack at all? Did you have any issues? I am thinking of going golf R also which thankfully will be below the new 40k threshold.
Yeah got 2 service pack with no issues. Dad has his done yesterday as a matter of fact.

Be careful as the list price includes options. List on mine was £42k when I got mine but I did get quite a few options! Only leather, panoramic roof and lane assist missing. Also I got oryx white which is a horrendous price!
1 Like #25
24 posts so far and no comments about indicators don't work on these, or all BMW drivers drive like k##bs. Gotta be a record (_;)
#26
Cracking deal I'm my eyes. Heat
#27
wtf 25k just for car ?? oO
1 Like #28
Cracking deal for a cracking car. Just a shame BMW haven't made a stylish car since the e46 m3.
1 Like #29
Does it come with working indicators or are these an optional extra?
#30
chamment
There are some good deals to be had on cars at the moment. There is another website called carwow that has also recently started doing BMW.

Has anyone had any luck with Carwow? I've had a few quotes via their site and all have been rubbish.

http://i.imgur.com/QHHcNxg.png


Edited By: Zuulan on Feb 21, 2017 20:40: http://i.imgur.com/QHHcNxg.png
2 Likes #31
I used drive the deal for my last new car, it's the cheapest way I could find to get a new car. not prereg and you can spec the car how you want. you deal with the dealer direct
#32
Zuulan
chamment
There are some good deals to be had on cars at the moment. There is another website called carwow that has also recently started doing BMW.
Has anyone had any luck with Carwow? I've had a few quotes via their site and all have been rubbish.http://i.imgur.com/QHHcNxg.png

I posted some deals on a Fiesta in to a thread a month or back. Carwow tends to only have cars cheap that are on offer, other wise they are the best offers dealers are willing to sell cars for.

Ultimately, like insurance sites, such as "go compare" they eventually suffocate themselves and the deals are no longer great as people default to them and all the dealers know they can sell for a similar price, see your above post and you will pick one if you want to buy the car!
5 Likes #33
Some more DTD deals:

http://i.imgur.com/YH7BuoP.png
6 Likes #34
margamboy
Its not that hard to get 20% off these, it would be a starting point on any negotiations for me

If it's not hard to get 20% off then why would you make that a starting point in a negotiation? Surely start with more discount?
25 Likes #35
singhisking68
wtf 25k just for car ?? oO
We don't all drive Datsuns
#36
Delicious little hatchback, it's an absolute rocket. You trade off some practicality but the performance is scorching. It's a fairly new model but some tuning packages are starting to become available where a map and intercooler takes you to 400bhp and 400lb/ft torque.

That would be hilarious. It wasn't so long ago you only got that kind of output from proper exotica like a 911 turbo or F360, the power war advances so quickly.
1 Like #37
smk77
margamboy
Its not that hard to get 20% off these, it would be a starting point on any negotiations for me
If it's not hard to get 20% off then why would you make that a starting point in a negotiation? Surely start with more discount?

Ok maybe wrongly worded but you get my drift,
#38
Super price for a super car. Have some heat
3 Likes #39
singhisking68
wtf 25k just for car ?? oO
It will get you pussy!
#40
vulcanproject
Delicious little hatchback, it's an absolute rocket. You trade off some practicality but the performance is scorching. It's a fairly new model but some tuning packages are starting to become available where a map and intercooler takes you to 400bhp and 400lb/ft torque.
That would be hilarious. It wasn't so long ago you only got that kind of output from proper exotica like a 911 turbo or F360, the power war advances so quickly.

See it SOUNDS like a good idea, then the insurance is a biatch and you can't PartEx and have all the hassle of selling privately instead. DOI - 350bhp/400ftlb Audi TTS. Also fuel becomes rather expensive. Suddenly you realise 280bhp really was enough!

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